Channel 4
4 minutes
every description, right in the cream of summer. In memory of the dead and the injured, the UK threat level still set at critical, for the first time, armed.
BBC One West Midlands
11 minutes
KyivPost
12 minutes
When Igor Rubinstein moved to Kyiv six years ago, he had big problems finding an apartment. He realized that there were no agents or brokers able to offer the kind of high-quality help that he had come to expect when living in Western Europe. So he decided to set up his own agency to fill that gap in the market. What’s more, Rubinstein saw that alongside information technology and agriculture, property ranks as one of the economic sectors of Ukraine with the potential to prosper. One of the telltale signs, which can often seem puzzling to outsiders, is the high price of property relative to average incomes. “There arent any investment vehicles apart from real estate and keeping money under the mattress,” he told the Kyiv Post in an interview. “Banks fold, savings deposits can be withheld, the hryvnia gets devalued. So essentially the only safe haven is putting money abroad, or, for the general population who dont have investment vehicles for that, it’s real estate.
Sky News
12 minutes
the greater Manchester community is about, people coming together. They say it is the support of these many people turning out here on these sunny street and Bury that is keeping them going through the darkest time they've faced as a family. Very shortly these bikes and cars are going to set off on.
The Washington Times - Tennis
16 minutes
GENEVA (AP) - Kei Nishikori saved three straight match points in the deciding set before outlasting Kevin Anderson 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (6) in the Geneva Open quarterfinals on Thursday. The second-seeded Nishikori was serving at 4-5, 0-40 before rallying to beat the 62nd-ranked South African, who fired 14 aces without ...
Finance Magnates
16 minutes
It’s set to be a landmark weekend for FXTM as it will take a prominent role in both the Indy 500 and Monaco F1Grand Prix.
Sky News
22 minutes
inside and out". And 14-year-old Sorrell Leczkowski, from Leeds. Her mother and grandmother are reported to have also been injured in the attack. Online fundraising pages have been set up to support the family
RT America
25 minutes
Washington Free Beacon
29 minutes
Financial Times - Markets
29 minutes
KyivPost
30 minutes
Eighty percent of expats live in the central districts of Kyiv, and for investors that is the best market to focus on,” said Louzonis. “There is a shortage of expat-suitable housing. It’s already tough to find what they want, and it’s only getting harder.” Market realities In spite of the potential profits to be made, Louzonis stressed that “every deal is different” and there are no shortcuts. As in most other aspects of life in Ukraine, the gray economy plays a major role and brings its own specific set of risks and challenges. “People carry around suitcases of money, that’s the reality of the market,” he said. But he is optimistic that things are slowly changing, and says his agency is one of the few in Kyiv which actually has the know-how and contacts to structure deals through all the proper legal channels. That’s something that could attract more foreign investors who want to work according to the kind of rules of the game they recognize from home.
BBC Radio London
31 minutes
Sam I think you would write off Arsenal at your peril a cup game breakers in Alexis Sanchez Mesut Ozil Danny Welbeck to be heard from SE1 yeah I think Chelsea hot favourites but you never know yet and do they are Manchester United getting the respect they deserve for that magnificent achievement in winning the Europa Cup yesterday I would say that most people have put on a Focus on it it says it covers most of the back pages on every every newspaper you can buy today it's a magnificent achievement isn't well it's 31 trophy that was missing from the 7th to the open top bus because that would constitute in and of itself as security respond imagines and it would be the Wrong Turn to set but we got to look for something to live that city do you think it might go somewhere yeah I'm in sports so frameless in comparison to everything that's been going on so.
Variety
32 minutes
NBC has delayed its plan produce Bye Bye Birdie toplined by Jennifer Lopez as live musical until next year. The tuner had been set to air as NBCs holiday musical event this year. The decision to push it a year was driven by Lopezs overflowing schedule, which includes two series for NBC, World of Dance... Read more »
Bleacher Report
34 minutes
Polarizing prospects aren't an uncommon feature of NBA drafts. Look at a year ago, where guys like Thon Maker and Skal Labissiere led the way in this regard. The former flashed major upside for the Milwaukee Bucks while playing some key minutes in the postseason, and the latter did the same down the stretch for the Sacramento Kings while flying under the radar. Polarizing players don't always pan out, of course, but the two above show how off pre -draft thoughts about prospects can be at times. Whether it's injury history, a limited skill set or something else, the 2017 draft class doesn't lack for these sort of players once again. Let's analyze a few after a look at a full mock draft. 2017 NBA Mock Draft Projections for Polarizing Prospects 8. Knicks: Harry Giles , F, Duke It's not too hard to see why Duke's Harry Giles has scouts and analysts divided.
Bleacher Report
34 minutes
Shelly Sterling, the wife of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, wants the NBA to end the lifetime ban given to her husband after his racist comments were caught on tape, which led the league to force the sale of the Clippers organization. On Thursday, James Rainey of NBC News passed along comments from Shelly Sterling with the two-year anniversary of the sale set to arrive next week on May 29. "I couldn't understand the severity of the ban. It just seemed a little bit out of line," she said. "I have talked to [the NBA] several times and I don't know what they will do. Maybe they will and maybe they won't [lift the ban]. Maybe it takes a little bit more time." This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available. Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app . Get the app and get the game.
Bleacher Report
34 minutes
The inaugural NBA Awards show will be a full Young Money affair. Not only will Drake be hosting the awards, set for June 26 (9 p.m. ET on TNT), but the NBA also announced Thursday that fellow YM artist Nicki Minaj will perform at the festivities. The NBA Awards are set to be held at Pier 36 in New York City and will hand out every major individual award. Russell Westbrook , James Harden and Kawhi Leonard were named finalists for the NBA MVP. Rudy Gobert, Draymond Green and Leonard are the Defensive Player of the Year finalists. A full list of nominees for every award, which includes some fan voting, was announced last week. Inside the NBA 's Ernie Johnson, Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith and Shaquille ONeal will make appearances, as will a series of celebrity presenters and NBA stars. Minaj is fresh off an opening performance at the Billboard Music Awards and is ramping up the promotion for her as-yet-untitled fourth studio album, which is due out this year.
Daily Express - Sports
38 minutes
Daily Star - Football
38 minutes
ABC News - United States
40 minutes
Quadruplets in Alabama are set to graduate from high school, accomplishing a goal their mother always wanted.
Western Morning News
43 minutes
Droves of angry bingo players are set to protest after they have been banned from attending their regular Tuesday night game at the Exeter Mecca Bingo Club. For the past 40 years, hundreds of players have been heading to the Exeter Mecca Bingo Club in North Street for a game of Bingo. But next Tuesday, instead of putting their eyes down, they will be outside, protesting against their so-called ban from the hall. But a spokesman for Mecca Bingo said that the closure was for a one-off...
The Guardian - Music
43 minutes
BBC Radio Scotland
43 minutes
national is the first time Scotland's women have qualified for a major finals has live playoff action on Radio Scotland tonight is Dundee United horse Hamilton accies in the first leg of their final clash with the police in the top flight at stake for United defenders Sean Dillon says it's a seismic week for the club but I don't think you can put it in Fort Hill how big is a little bit is that everybody involved I'll speak from yourself living in Dundee you know you just can't get away from it still in our hands only set up a time so we would have preferred to wind illegal for a man to do we haven't done that we wanted to finish second we haven't done that already but we still managed to get Ender into position where we can get them all the actors midfielder Massimo donati says it's important for Hamilton's young players that the club retains its Premiership status is important for me but is important for the other guys as well because you know.
The Guardian - Network Front
an hour
All-rounder injured left knee in victory against South AfricaIndia captain Virat Kohli identifies England as Champions Trophy threat Ben Stokes has given England an injury scare with less than a week to go until the Champions Trophy, and is due to have a scan on his left knee on Thursday night. The all-rounder was injured during Wednesday’s one-day international win over South Africa and, though he returned to the field, he did not bowl and appeared uncomfortable at the conclusion. Continue reading...
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
say something else that you say where she really what is the impact that the hay festival has on businesses in the town so how is your accomodation has been a big issue is it website has been set up to try to help with that will be talking to the chamber of commerce about what it does on and what they are actually sort of goes out into the rest of the town where there is something that turns from not just was 10 days of attracting people in setting the crowds flooding there in but is it in all year round things to be talking to some of the booksellers up there as well about how they do that because as well be 30 years of the festivals of 40 years of Hay on Wye is a book town so we're going to be talking to the self-styled King Of Here Richard booths who am I was one of the people who set up a he has booked and it has to be said he's got a few choice things to see about the hay festival at.